Aspas Was Reportedly Replaced By A Former Foe By LOUD VALORANT.

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The Brazilian VALORANT powerhouse LOUD has reportedly signed its fifth player after a rocky start to the Americas off-season.

Former FURIA player Gabriel “qck” Lima is set to replace departed star Erick “aspas” Santos this week.

The Enemy, a Brazilian website, said on October 7th that LOUD and former FURIA player qck had verbally agreed to terms.

Despite having a ton of experience on Jett, qck currently plays the flex role due to his recent involvement with FURIA.

He will need to return to his roots if he wants to fill the shoes of one of the best Jett players in the world.

If it doesn’t come to that, we might see a modified LOUD roster where players fill in for various roles and qck once more flexes where appropriate.

Next The Enemy’s announcement that Daniel “fRoD” Montaner, the former head coach of LOUD, wouldn’t be joining the team in 2024, this information was released the next day.

Although the lineup will have a sizable hole left by the new head coach, today’s news really closes that hole.

Regarding their newest fifth, qck is a VALORANT veteran who has played for one of their close Brazilian rivals, FURIA, for the past two years.

In 2021, FURIA was one of the South American regional teams to beat, but by 2022, because to LOUD’s success in the VCT and at Champions 2022 in Istanbul, Turkey, the team had overtaken the competition.

In 2023, LOUD continued to rise at LOCK//IN So Paulo before falling to Fnatic in the final.

FURIA kept up its fantastic lineup at the moment, but it was unable to repeat its triumph from 2021.

They started franchising VCT in 2023 and finished the year in sixth position.

Due to the fact that two of its champions, Gustavo “Sacy” Rossi and Bryan “pANcada” Luna, left for Sentinels, the off-season of LOUD in 2023 is somewhat comparable to that of 2022.

The team eventually added Cauan “cauanzin” Pereira and Arthur “tuyz” Vieira, two further players with promise.

Together, they showed that LOUD was still capable of competing both locally and internationally.

Aspas appears to have left for Leviatán, thus the LOUD core will now have to step in.

He will have some time to get to know his new coworkers, but as of February 2024, he will be held to the same high standards as LOUD, one of the best teams in VCT Americas.

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